Anderson, Paice, Etc. to Join Lutvak at the Duplex, 4/22

April 11
4:11 PM 2007

Songwriter Steven Lutvak,ájoined by three guest stars,áwill return to The Duplexá(61 Christopher St., at Sheridan Square) on Sunday, April 22nd at 8 PM for a special one-night-only concert.

Lutvakáwill be joined byátwo-time Drama Desk nominee Nancy Anderson (Wonderful Town, A Class Act), Jill Paice, who is currently co-starring on Broadway in Curtainsand Broadway veteran Robert Petkoff, who is currentlyáappearing in the national tour of Spamalot.á "In this rare cabaret appearance Steven Lutvak will showcase many old and newáfavorites from his canon of great songs along with his very special guests," state press materials

Lutvak had a remarkable year in 2006. In one week in April, heand his principal collaborator, Robert Freedman, won the prestigious Ed Kleban Award, the premiere prize for lyric writing in musical theater. Their musical, Kind Hearts and Coronets, was presented as part of the Breaking Ground Series at The Huntington Theater in Boston. Mad HotáBallroom, the acclaimed film for which he wrote the title song, became the 9th most successful documentary of all time.á In July, his song, "Shoulder to Shoulder," written with Freedman, which was commissioned for The GayáGames in Chicago, was sung by Billy Porter and a 250 voice choir. In July, Lutvak and Freedman won the second annual Fred Ebb Award for songwriting for the theater.

There will be a $25 music charge and a 2-drink minimum. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by calling (212) 868 4444á (www.Smartix.com).

Photo of Steven Lutvak by Ben Strothmann

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